Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Made Easy

Yes, folks, you read that right. Thanksgiving can be easy, even when cooking gluten-free. Wondering how to make a stuffing that’s gluten-free but appealing to everyone at your table? Need a recipe for pie? How about some gluten-free bread (you know, the stuff that isn’t as dense as a rock)? And how to pull it all off?

Well, friends, I’m here to share some of the best, latest, and greatest recipes to help you make everyone happy. Grab a snack and open up Pinterest, because I’m sure you’ll need to pin some of these babies. And once you’ve gathered your recipes and made a menu, be sure you set up a schedule (especially if you’re hosting – I’ve made a schedule for years now, making many things in advance, to save time and sanity). That way, you can be sure your Thanksgiving holiday will go as smoothly as possible. I can’t promise that old Aunt Pam won’t tie one on that evening, or that your brother Phil won’t throw things across the living room when the quarterback for (insert favorite football team here) throws an interception, but at least you’ll have good gluten-free eats.

 

Appetizers:

Savory Sweet Potato Pie

Raw Cultured Cashew “Cheese”

Savory Gluten-Free and Vegan Crackers

Main Dishes:

Cider-Glazed Brined Turkey with Apple Brandy Gravy

How To Cook a Pastured Turkey

Butternut Squash Baked Risotto

Side Dishes and Salads:

Rutabaga Gratin

Vegan Broccoli “Cheese” Rice Casserole

Vegan Butternut Macaroni & “Cheese”

Green Beans with Smoky Pecans

Broccoli-Walnut Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Make-Ahead Stuffing and Gravy

Gluten-Free Cauliflower Piccata

Maple Sweet Potato Puree

Classic Kale Salad, Fully Loaded

Dijon Brussels Sprouts with Proscuitto

Baked Goods:

Mochi Garlic Roll Puffs

Top 20 Gluten-Free Bread Recipes

Gluten-Free Soft Dinner Rolls

Desserts:

Kumquat Crostata

Best Pumpkin Pie Ever – Crustless, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free

Pumpkin Caramel Cups

Chocolate Pecan Pie

Maple Pecan Freezer Fudge

 

Looking for more Thanksgiving round-ups, full of amazing recipes? Check these out:

Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Recipes and Tips

The Biggest Gathering of Dairy-Free Thanksgiving Recipes (many gluten-free too)

Last-Minute Canadian Thanksgiving Recipe Suggestions

50+ Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes

 

Happy Thanksgiving!

 

Comments

  1. says

    so funny that I *just* saw the pingback notification for my pumpkin caramel cups because I literally just ate one (yup, still have ‘em in my freezer!) Great roundup!

    • altawrites says

      Cara – Those pumpkin caramel cups are AMAZING. I made them a few weeks back. Brought some to my Mom who had just gotten home from the hospital. Definitely a hit.

  2. says

    I’m loving everyone’s Thanksgiving roundup posts! That Savory Sweet Potato Pie looks amazing, Alta. I think I’d forgotten about that one, so special thanks for that reminder. :-) And thanks, too, for linking up my pumpkin pie and the bread recipe roundup!

    Hope you have a splendid Thansksgiving! It’s only a week away … xo,
    Shirley

  3. says

    The holidays sneaked up on me this year! I can’t believe it’s time to roast turkey and make pies. Didn’t we just do this????

    Your Thanksgiving sounds quite interesting….it’s usually pretty calm at the Green household. I did forget about the incessant football…guess that’s why I stay in the kitchen.

    Thanks for including my mac & cheese. You’ve put together quite a roundup!

    Hugs,
    Amy

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